Eight players have been told they are now surplus to requirements at Spurs this summer with Danny Rose one, a report claims.
Despite a season in which they finished in the top four and reached the Champions League final, the north London side seem set for somewhat of an overhaul this summer.
Tottenham have already signed exciting teenager Jack Clarke from Leeds United, who became the club’s first signing in 517 days, arriving for an initial £9m fee,
Spurs also announced the capture of midfielder Tanguy Ndombele from Lyon on a six-year contract for a club-record fee on Tuesday, and they are believed to be closing in on a deal for Betis star Giovani Lo Celso in a package worth £100m.
To help finance the big name additions some must head out of the exit door, and the Daily Mail report that as many as eight players have been told they can leave.
England full-backs Danny Rose and Kieran Trippier are on the list, as is Serge Aurier, while Victor Wanyama, Vincent Janssen, Cameron Carter-Vickers, Josh Onomah and Marcus Edwards make up the remaining five.
Daniel Levy is reportedly aiming to raise funds to ‘finance the club’s new stadium as well as Mauricio Pochettino’s squad rebuild’.
Rose has been repeatedly linked with a move to Manchester United and those rumours recently resurfaced, while Trippier is believed to have admirers in Serie A, but has also been linked with a £30m switch to Old Trafford.
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